The immigration interview can be the most difficult part of the application process. It doesn’t have to be, though! Keep in mind that the interview process is designed to verify the information on your request and to test what you know about Canada. While passing the immigration interview is crucial to your success, try not to stress about it too much, and keep the following things in mind:
Bring all the necessary documents for the interview. Before you arrive for the interview, double check that you have all the paperwork that you were told to bring with you. Then, doublecheck the location of the interview and make sure to arrive at the place early. You don’t want to rush or to be flustered.
Good communication is essential in during your interview. Listen to the questions carefully when they are asked. Ask the interviewer to repeat the questions if you don’t understand them, and make sure to speak clearly and confidently when you answer.
Make sure you are dressed appropriately and professionally for your interview. You want to make a good impression!
Finally, in advance think about your answers to the questions that your interviewers might ask. Go over the information on your application and think about why you want to move to Canada, what you see as challenges, and what you know about Canada.
Some tips for the prospective applicants appearing for interview.